I had the Double Grind Burger. The patty was made with an "all natural house ground steak and bacon blend." There was an option to add more bacon on top for an extra charge which I declined. The taste was interesting. Not bad, but not great. The bacon flavor was spread evenly through the meat. Bacon is great when it is fried and crispy, but that does not occur when it is cooked into the meat like this. The pickles were tasty. The fries had a hint of bacon grease mixed in, which reminded me of the days before everywhere started using vegetable oil and instead used some burger grease in the fryer.
9 / 10
Delicious, juicy akaushi very with brute and caramelized onions. The layer of slightly bitter arrugula was perfect amount. The only reason it's not a 10 is because it's not even the best burger I've had there.
I echo several other comments, what's the point of asking me how I want it cooked, since "medium" means "almost well done". I wish the burger had tomato slice and crispy lettuce leaf. It needed a little crunch, but maybe that's because I asked for mashed sweet potatoes over house cut fries. Overall, it's a good burger, it just needs something to counteract the mustard-mayo blend, Gorgonzola and sautéed onions.
Double cheeseburger (LTOPK).
I was pleasantly surprised. I think they've made a few changes since my last visit. Fresh romaine lettuce and a good fresh roll stick out as improvements. The burgers were moist even though they were cooked past medium, very tasty overall.
The cheese was unmelted, a cardinal sin. Also, I'm just not a fan of breaded fries, especially even they are all stuck together a couple of big clumps.
Cow and pig unite in this monster burger. A deal at $6.75. It is taller than wide with its cuban bread, mustard, lettuce, tomato, onion, pickle, HAM, PORK, beef, two cheese slices, and BACON. I usually take half of it home but I powered through it this time. Rating: 9/10
9/10 This burger was near perfect. MR was dead on. The bun was just right and no topping over kill. All veggies were crisp and fresh. I highly recommend the parmesan fries.
5/10. Bacon burger. Gave it a +1 for the awesome battered fries. Dry patty, slightly stale bread; A1 sauce started off nice but I was tired of it by the end. Pepperoni was gratuitous - added no flavor to the burger.
I don't usually like stuffed burgers but this Green Chilli Burger(LTPK) is the exception. Served mid-rare with a very tasty honey bun.
Fries are great too, but there was way too few of them, so I docked 'em a point.
Bacon, Cheddar, w/ 'LOVE' (seriously...it says that on the sign)
I tend to believe that love makes everything better, and 'The Burger' is no exception. Despite the fact that I am at Gibson for bingo nearly every week, and have eaten at Luke's countless times...I had never had the burger. And after completely devouring it, I'm wondering why I never tried it before.
American cheese, lettuce, tomato, special sauce.
It was a means to an end. I was hungry. I wanted to take the pup for a ride. P.Terry's gave her a biscuit and me a halfway decent burger. It was just...okay. But, highly efficient lunch ordering/pick-up/etc. I probably gave them a point for the pure convenience factor.
I like salt, but everything was over seasoned - burgers, fries, etc.
Sweet potatoes had an odd texture/flavor. Burger was unmemorable, and now I have a bitter taste in my mouth from the slaw.
Plain hamburger with only ketchup, lettuce and tomatoes. Better than some of the frou-frou ones I've had